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Vor Jahren hat der mächtige Magier Hissah Zul Conans Eltern ermordet. Nun sinnt der Abenteurer auf Rache und will den Tyrannen zur Strecke bringen. Hissah setzt dagegen: Er sendet seine Armee und auch Zauberer Yara aus, um Conan zu vernichten. Conan, der Abenteurer (Originaltitel: Conan the Adventurer) ist eine US-​amerikanische Fantasy-Fernsehserie, die auf der von Robert E. Howard erschaffenen. Conan, der Abenteurer (Originaltitel: Conan the Adventurer) ist eine US-​amerikanische-französische animierte Fantasy-Zeichentrickserie von Graham Morris. Conan, der Abenteurer (): Vor Jahren hat der mächtige Magier Hissah Zul Conans Eltern ermordet. Nun sinnt der Abenteurer auf Rache und will den. Conan, der Abenteurer (): Conan wartet darauf, endlich erwachsen zu werden, um Abenteuer zu erleben und seine Kräfte an ebenbürtigen Gegnern zu​.

Conan, Der Abenteurer

Conan, der Abenteurer (Originaltitel: Conan the Adventurer) ist eine US-​amerikanische Fantasy-Fernsehserie, die auf der von Robert E. Howard erschaffenen. Conan, der Abenteurer. (Conan, the Adventurer)D/USA, – Conan, der Abenteurer (): Vor Jahren hat der mächtige Magier Hissah Zul Conans Eltern ermordet. Nun sinnt der Abenteurer auf Rache und will den. besttestosteroneboosters.co - Kaufen Sie CONAN - Der Abenteurer - Staffel 1 günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. besttestosteroneboosters.co - Kaufen Sie CONAN - Der Abenteurer - Staffel 2 günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. Conan, der Abenteurer. (Conan, the Adventurer)D/USA, – Conan, der Abenteurer ist die schlechteste Serie aller Zeiten. So viel schon am Anfang. Sie ist so dermaßen schlecht dass einem fast die Worte fehlen. Titel, Conan der Abenteurer - Box 1. Originaltitel, Conan, Conan the Adventurer - Season 1. Genre, Abenteuer. Filmart, Spielfilm (Darsteller). Regie, Rob Stewart. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Conan the Barbarian 1 - 10 of 12 books. But that I later realised is the point. If only someone had put this book in my hand when I was Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Howard collection of Conan stories as I do other Howard collections and wonder again why the Der Abenteurer industry refuses to stick to the source material. I would have like to have seen a bit more of the 'brother kings' thing explored, but, as is every situation when Conan gets to the read more of a heap, it never lasts long.

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Extrem verschwommen mit Schlieren und recht farblos. Nun der Ton. Er kommt in deutsch und englisch jeweils in DD 2. Jetzt weiss ich aber nicht welcher Ton schlechter ist.

Bild und Ton entsprechen haargenau der ersten Staffel. Fazit: Der 2. Teil der 1. Staffel besteht wieder aus 4 DVDs mit 11 Folgen.

Eine 2. Staffel gibt es nicht, wurde nie produziert und wird wohl auch nie produziert werden. Die Geschichten jedoch sind etwas besser geworden.

Und Hissa Zuls Ende nahe ist. Vulkar, der Charakter, welcher bereits nach der ersten Folge von der 1. Staffel nicht mehr mitspielte, obwohl er hoch und heilig geschworen hatte Conan zu Folgen, und durch Bayo, den fauchenden Krieger ersetzt wurde, spielt auch in einer Folge wieder mit.

Ich kann die 2. Staffeln nur empfehlen. Sie war sehr Spannend. Eine Kultserie. Vous avez lu les meilleures critiques internationales.

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Prix Amazon. Prime Now Livraison en 1 heure sur des milliers de produits. Also one of the four stories is written by De Camp from an outline by Howard.

Even so, these were the pocketbooks I found at a second hand book sale, and as I knew I had to try out these classics of the 'sword and sorcery'-genre one day, I bought a couple.

Of course I was familiar with Conan the Barbarian from the Arnold Schwarzenegger movies and To start with: I know these are not the Conan stories in the way Howard wrote them, being edited for publication in this editon by L.

Of course I was familiar with Conan the Barbarian from the Arnold Schwarzenegger movies and the recent Jason Momoa one , and several comic books I read.

He has become an archetype, being skewered by Terry Pratchett in the form of Cohen the Barbarian. Of course this is no high literature.

And it's of its time, with its gender dynamics and race relations sometimes cringeworthy. Even so I found a lot to enjoy here. I myself like to write action and I found that in spades here.

Swordfights and battles described with vigor, and a lot of adjectives ;- - Howard was a great adventure writer and I was swept up in the stories.

Also interesting how Howard used themes of cosmic horror popularised by Lovecraft and gave a lot of these stories a very eery aspect.

There are old gods here with madness inducing and unexplained powers that would drive Lovecrafts protagonists mad.

But they form a great contrast with Conan who is so full of life and of himself that he remains unfazed, not letting his grasp on life be threatened by something he does not understand.

It gives just the right amount of tension - because, well, human antagonists wouldn't stand a chance against Conan, so that would not lead to excitement.

And all without slipping into horror. I read these stories with a huge grin plastered on my face and will seek out more.

If you like action filled stories with swords, wizards, old gods, ladies with lithe limbs and supple forms and lots of body parts flying around the sword and sorcery genre , this is a classic you mustn't miss.

Alsof if you're interested in the history of the fantasygenre and the influences on it, this is an important source. Sad to realise Howard only lived to the age of One wonders how his style would have devoloped over another ten, twenty years, and what classics he would have wrote if he had had the chance to grow older.

Still, his legacy will remain for aeons to come View 2 comments. Conan the Adventurer was a good collection of Conan the Barbarian tales, three of which originally appeared in Weird Tales magazine in Robert E.

I sometimes forget how much subtle humor REH used: They raided the shipping, and harried the Zingaran coast towns, justas the Zingaran buccaneers did, but these dignified their profession by calling themselves Freebooters, while they dubbed the Barachans pi Conan the Adventurer was a good collection of Conan the Barbarian tales, three of which originally appeared in Weird Tales magazine in I sometimes forget how much subtle humor REH used: They raided the shipping, and harried the Zingaran coast towns, justas the Zingaran buccaneers did, but these dignified their profession by calling themselves Freebooters, while they dubbed the Barachans pirates.

They were neither the first nor the last to gild the name of thief. The book begins with a short novel, The People of the Black Circle.

According to the introduction by L. The story was more of a rambling set of encounters loosely stitched together, mixed with too many history lessons about lands and kings.

Hard to beat the original Conan. The character never dies Conan is forever. Some Conan stories edited by L. It's not bad but many of the stories would have been better without the editing.

The Frazetta cover is one of the best on the Conan series, though. I think this is my favorite cover of the series Happily, the stories inside do it justice..

Sakaumbe is a great contrast to Conan, and Almaric makes a great sidekick. I would have like to have seen a bit more of the 'brother kings' thing explored, but, as is every situation when Conan gets to the top of a heap, I think this is my favorite cover of the series I would have like to have seen a bit more of the 'brother kings' thing explored, but, as is every situation when Conan gets to the top of a heap, it never lasts long.

It's funny reading People of the Black Circle after all the various and sundry comic adaptations of things Yasmina is really far more deep as created by Howard as some of the others that Marvel did better with like Belit.

Shelves: fantasy. My first taste of an original Conan story 30 June This is the first proper Conan books that I have read with the previous one simply being a novelisation of the John Milius movie.

I guess I enjoyed the novelisation because I love, and still love, the movie, but with this book we pretty much go back to the s in some cases to experience the original Conan stories that appeared the the pulp magazine Weird Tales.

The book contains four stories, not short stories but novellas, three of them My first taste of an original Conan story 30 June This is the first proper Conan books that I have read with the previous one simply being a novelisation of the John Milius movie.

The book contains four stories, not short stories but novellas, three of them original Howard works and one of them written by de Camp from some of the notes that Howard left behind.

After reading this collection I now understand why my friend, and others, make mention of the difference between the two authors. In a way de Camp was never going to be able to truly replicate Howard's work simply because he was not Howard and as such was only able to attempt to reproduce Howard's unpublished works, so when he sat down to create the stories from Howard's original notes, there was always going to be a substantial difference.

Further, Howard wrote pre-Tolkien while de Camp was writing post Tolkien so the influences on each of the authors was going to no doubt be different.

One thing that I have to do before continuing is to quote from the opening of the Slithering Shadow, the quote that pretty much describes the Conan novels, particularly those of Howard: He stood like a bronze image in the sand, apparently impervious to the murderous dun, though his only garment was a silk loin-cloth, girdled by a wide gold-buckled belt from which hung a sabre and a broad-bladed poniard.

On his clean-cut limbs were evidences of scarcely healed wounds. At his feet rested a girl, one white arm clasping his knee, against which her blonde head drooped.

Her white skin contrasted with his hard, bronzed limbs; her short silken tunic low-necked and sleeveless, girdled at the waist, emphasised rather than concealed her lithe figure.

Well, that pretty much sums up what Conan is about, both with the original Howard stories and the de Camp re-edits. The world is a harsh and barren world set before recorded history, populated with scantily clad men and women, with the woman being powerless without the protection of a powerful warrior.

A friend of mine suggested that Conan was more like a Cthulu novel than a fantasy adventure story, and having read three of Howard's stories I am now inclined to agree.

However they can be confusing because with the way Howard drafted the stories there is almost an implied knowledge of the world that the reader should have and despite the world being based on our own, and the many countries he visits based on our own, unless you are aware of that then there are going to be difficulties in following the story.

As mentioned, there are four stories in this book, the first dealing with the abduction of a princess from Afghanistan after the king of India is killed.

The second involved Conan travelling through the desert with a woman looking for water and stumbling on a lost city with some very nasty surprises inside.

The third is one of de Camp's stories, and seems to be very similar to the second story which is also set in a desert however for half of the story Conan isn't even around and we are following one of his friends.

The final one I quite liked where Conan joins a pirate ship where the captain has decided to attempt to cross the Western Ocean, and in doing so finds himself on a tropical island which holds a dark secret.

In a way this last story reminded me a lot of parts of the Odyssey. In this story the crew run onto the island and gouge themselves with fruit which causes them to fall asleep.

While Conan is exploring the island after killing the captain so that he can take command of the crew he discovers some humanoids taking the crew back to their city to sacrifice them to some horrid beast.

As mentioned, these stories sound very Lovecraftian, particularly when they are being chased by demonic beasts that cannot be killed, however Conan is not a horror story, but rather a tale of high adventure set in a world lost in the mists of time.

Sprague de Camp's CONAN anthologies are notorious for de Camp's meddling with the original Conan stories - he often finished unfinished tales, for instance.

However, these books were my first exposure to the king of heroic fantasy, so they'll always have a special place in my heart.

There's one set-piece, with our hero battling a glowing-eyed god, which is tremendous fun though. Conan and a female companion face death by dehydration in a scorching desert - until they find a walled city, seemingly deserted, which hides an awful secret.

Shadowy gods, our hero cutting dozens of the enemy to pieces, a final encounter with the villainous Thog and a whipping scene - it's all present.

The other two stories collected here are among the best of the canon. It soon picks up, offering great action and a superb climax in which Conan, an ally and an army of hill-men venture into the Castle of the Black Seers to face off against some gruesome black magic.

Conan is at his most primal and Howard at his bloodiest, and the culmination is blood-drenched tale of epic adventure. This is one of the Lancer Conans.

Some of you will hate them because they are not only NOT the pure Howard stories, but they also include stories made from notes and pastiches by other authors.

I enjoyed them, maybe not so much as the pure Howard stories, but they are good. I don't have all of them anymore and they are hard to find Wish someone would reissue them.

View all 4 comments. Conan is great, but there is no substitute for the original, Conan by Robert E. Three out of these four stories are the original Robert Howard, and boy, can you tell the difference from those who tried to finish his unfinished stories, much less write new ones.

No comparison. This is life the way it never was, but should have been-- at least, if you were Conan. Anyway, that's it for me and the Conan canon, and a great ride it was.

First read this book when I was a teen. Conan set the stage for Game of Thrones and the whole sword and sorcery thing. View 1 comment. The Cimmerian continues his adventures, and for a man of the Northern mountains spends a great deal of time in the desert.

He follows his normal path, either joining a standing army as a mercenary captain or leading a band of brigands in looting and stealing.

Conan, as can also be seen in his gambling, isn't the luckiest of men. He invariably ends up on the losing side and i "Conan, what will we do if they keep coming back to life?

He invariably ends up on the losing side and is generally the lone survivor of his massacred band. But he gets through it, finds another group to link up with, and along the way picks up a comely wench or beauteous queen or sexy witch who crave the embrace of his steely thews.

Then he dumps them before the next story. Noteable this time is that Conan actually achieves his goal and becomes a king. It is just his kind of kingdom, full of murder and mayhem and violence and Conan is living the happiest days of his life.

Even then he can't be satisfied. In a revealing dialogue, Conan, when he has all the wine, women, and gold he could ever ask for, seeks to attack the Western tribes.

Asked what he would do after conquering them Conan states he would conquer the Eastern tribes. Then the South, and finally the North.

Then he might consider retirement. There are demons and magicians and unclimbable mountains and endless deserts, large scale battles and individual combat, mythical cities and an ocean cruise to an unknown isle.

All along Conan is at his best and, except the part where he is nearly flayed to death, exceptionally cheery throughout.

He only worries about the next source of plunder and adventure, not letting the little troubles of life get in his way. Now he's dead and we're alive.

Let's move. There have been many a decade, many a Conan comic at a number of publishers, many an issue of the Savage Sword of Conan magazine and now comic , and many other Conan-related movies, games and media come out and eagerly devoured since I first read this collection of Conan stories waay back when.

It's good to return to the source, and Howard's original stories are just as gore-drenched, frenetic, and erotically charged as I remember them.

The Frazetta covers are just as compelling. The four storie There have been many a decade, many a Conan comic at a number of publishers, many an issue of the Savage Sword of Conan magazine and now comic , and many other Conan-related movies, games and media come out and eagerly devoured since I first read this collection of Conan stories waay back when.

The four stories in this collection relate Conan at the height of his physical power, and they are classics. As pointed out many a time, but for the fantasy setting and the famous protagonist, they would very well have been Lovecraftian stories, with their references to cosmic horror, and an indifference to human endeavour, mad cults and frothing madness.

The one thing I did pick up on that irked me this time around is Conan being described as 'the Barachan' in 'Pool of the Black One', in reference to his pirating days, and 'Conan of Ghor' by Yasmina in 'The People of the Black Circle'.

He is elsewhere described as coming from Cimmeria but not actually referred to as 'Conan the Cimmerian' at least in this first book.

I'll keep an eye out. A quick google doesn't seem to shed any light on where Ghor is, or whether it is a village, city or country. I am tempted just to burn through the rest of the Howard Conan stories one after the other, but am also of a mind to read an unread book in between each re-visit to the modern myth that is Conan.

Time will tell how long this re-visit will last, but I have thoroughly enjoyed my re-immersion into that wild time dreamed of between the sinking of Atlantis and the beginnings of recorded history.

Sep 19, D. This is one of the better collection of Conan stories. The best one is the last story, "The Pool of the Black One. These stories are very sexist, so if you bristle at that sort of thing, stay away, but if you can get past that, it's really great stuff, very much like Lovecraft.

Of course, it was written in the early 's, so that explains the sexism. These stores are also very violent, fantastic, and horrifying.

What makes the This is one of the better collection of Conan stories. What makes the stories great is that they could be put into any setting--it doesn't have to be fantasy though it does have to be supernatural.

These stories could have been set in a Lovecraft world just as easily. I had mixed feeling about this book. There are some interesting ideas.

In particular, notes of H. P Lovecraft can be felt in the otherworldliness of some of the monstrosities that Conan battles.

However, there are some tedious themes particularly around the endless precession of wobbly, wailing women who inevitably find Conan sexually irresistible that perhaps show the age of the tales.

I also found it hard to symapthise with the protagonist, who is basically a greedy, bloodthirsty thief and mu I had mixed feeling about this book.

I also found it hard to symapthise with the protagonist, who is basically a greedy, bloodthirsty thief and murderer.

This is one of the better collections.

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Conans Geliebte wurde ermordet, da Hissa Zul in der Zukunft gesehen hatte, dass Conan und das atlantische Schwert ihn vernichten werden.

Doch bis Zul die Geliebte ermordete, war Conan Zul egal. Extrem verschwommen mit Schlieren und recht farblos.

Nun der Ton. Er kommt in deutsch und englisch jeweils in DD 2. Jetzt weiss ich aber nicht welcher Ton schlechter ist. Bild und Ton entsprechen haargenau der ersten Staffel.

Fazit: Der 2. Teil der 1. Staffel besteht wieder aus 4 DVDs mit 11 Folgen. Eine 2. Staffel gibt es nicht, wurde nie produziert und wird wohl auch nie produziert werden.

Die Geschichten jedoch sind etwas besser geworden. Und Hissa Zuls Ende nahe ist. Vulkar, der Charakter, welcher bereits nach der ersten Folge von der 1.

Staffel nicht mehr mitspielte, obwohl er hoch und heilig geschworen hatte Conan zu Folgen, und durch Bayo, den fauchenden Krieger ersetzt wurde, spielt auch in einer Folge wieder mit.

Ich kann die 2. It's not bad but many of the stories would have been better without the editing. The Frazetta cover is one of the best on the Conan series, though.

I think this is my favorite cover of the series Happily, the stories inside do it justice.. Sakaumbe is a great contrast to Conan, and Almaric makes a great sidekick.

I would have like to have seen a bit more of the 'brother kings' thing explored, but, as is every situation when Conan gets to the top of a heap, I think this is my favorite cover of the series I would have like to have seen a bit more of the 'brother kings' thing explored, but, as is every situation when Conan gets to the top of a heap, it never lasts long.

It's funny reading People of the Black Circle after all the various and sundry comic adaptations of things Yasmina is really far more deep as created by Howard as some of the others that Marvel did better with like Belit.

Shelves: fantasy. My first taste of an original Conan story 30 June This is the first proper Conan books that I have read with the previous one simply being a novelisation of the John Milius movie.

I guess I enjoyed the novelisation because I love, and still love, the movie, but with this book we pretty much go back to the s in some cases to experience the original Conan stories that appeared the the pulp magazine Weird Tales.

The book contains four stories, not short stories but novellas, three of them My first taste of an original Conan story 30 June This is the first proper Conan books that I have read with the previous one simply being a novelisation of the John Milius movie.

The book contains four stories, not short stories but novellas, three of them original Howard works and one of them written by de Camp from some of the notes that Howard left behind.

After reading this collection I now understand why my friend, and others, make mention of the difference between the two authors.

In a way de Camp was never going to be able to truly replicate Howard's work simply because he was not Howard and as such was only able to attempt to reproduce Howard's unpublished works, so when he sat down to create the stories from Howard's original notes, there was always going to be a substantial difference.

Further, Howard wrote pre-Tolkien while de Camp was writing post Tolkien so the influences on each of the authors was going to no doubt be different.

One thing that I have to do before continuing is to quote from the opening of the Slithering Shadow, the quote that pretty much describes the Conan novels, particularly those of Howard: He stood like a bronze image in the sand, apparently impervious to the murderous dun, though his only garment was a silk loin-cloth, girdled by a wide gold-buckled belt from which hung a sabre and a broad-bladed poniard.

On his clean-cut limbs were evidences of scarcely healed wounds. At his feet rested a girl, one white arm clasping his knee, against which her blonde head drooped.

Her white skin contrasted with his hard, bronzed limbs; her short silken tunic low-necked and sleeveless, girdled at the waist, emphasised rather than concealed her lithe figure.

Well, that pretty much sums up what Conan is about, both with the original Howard stories and the de Camp re-edits. The world is a harsh and barren world set before recorded history, populated with scantily clad men and women, with the woman being powerless without the protection of a powerful warrior.

A friend of mine suggested that Conan was more like a Cthulu novel than a fantasy adventure story, and having read three of Howard's stories I am now inclined to agree.

However they can be confusing because with the way Howard drafted the stories there is almost an implied knowledge of the world that the reader should have and despite the world being based on our own, and the many countries he visits based on our own, unless you are aware of that then there are going to be difficulties in following the story.

As mentioned, there are four stories in this book, the first dealing with the abduction of a princess from Afghanistan after the king of India is killed.

The second involved Conan travelling through the desert with a woman looking for water and stumbling on a lost city with some very nasty surprises inside.

The third is one of de Camp's stories, and seems to be very similar to the second story which is also set in a desert however for half of the story Conan isn't even around and we are following one of his friends.

The final one I quite liked where Conan joins a pirate ship where the captain has decided to attempt to cross the Western Ocean, and in doing so finds himself on a tropical island which holds a dark secret.

In a way this last story reminded me a lot of parts of the Odyssey. In this story the crew run onto the island and gouge themselves with fruit which causes them to fall asleep.

While Conan is exploring the island after killing the captain so that he can take command of the crew he discovers some humanoids taking the crew back to their city to sacrifice them to some horrid beast.

As mentioned, these stories sound very Lovecraftian, particularly when they are being chased by demonic beasts that cannot be killed, however Conan is not a horror story, but rather a tale of high adventure set in a world lost in the mists of time.

Sprague de Camp's CONAN anthologies are notorious for de Camp's meddling with the original Conan stories - he often finished unfinished tales, for instance.

However, these books were my first exposure to the king of heroic fantasy, so they'll always have a special place in my heart. There's one set-piece, with our hero battling a glowing-eyed god, which is tremendous fun though.

Conan and a female companion face death by dehydration in a scorching desert - until they find a walled city, seemingly deserted, which hides an awful secret.

Shadowy gods, our hero cutting dozens of the enemy to pieces, a final encounter with the villainous Thog and a whipping scene - it's all present.

The other two stories collected here are among the best of the canon. It soon picks up, offering great action and a superb climax in which Conan, an ally and an army of hill-men venture into the Castle of the Black Seers to face off against some gruesome black magic.

Conan is at his most primal and Howard at his bloodiest, and the culmination is blood-drenched tale of epic adventure. This is one of the Lancer Conans.

Some of you will hate them because they are not only NOT the pure Howard stories, but they also include stories made from notes and pastiches by other authors.

I enjoyed them, maybe not so much as the pure Howard stories, but they are good. I don't have all of them anymore and they are hard to find Wish someone would reissue them.

View all 4 comments. Conan is great, but there is no substitute for the original, Conan by Robert E. Three out of these four stories are the original Robert Howard, and boy, can you tell the difference from those who tried to finish his unfinished stories, much less write new ones.

No comparison. This is life the way it never was, but should have been-- at least, if you were Conan. Anyway, that's it for me and the Conan canon, and a great ride it was.

First read this book when I was a teen. Conan set the stage for Game of Thrones and the whole sword and sorcery thing. View 1 comment. The Cimmerian continues his adventures, and for a man of the Northern mountains spends a great deal of time in the desert.

He follows his normal path, either joining a standing army as a mercenary captain or leading a band of brigands in looting and stealing.

Conan, as can also be seen in his gambling, isn't the luckiest of men. He invariably ends up on the losing side and i "Conan, what will we do if they keep coming back to life?

He invariably ends up on the losing side and is generally the lone survivor of his massacred band. But he gets through it, finds another group to link up with, and along the way picks up a comely wench or beauteous queen or sexy witch who crave the embrace of his steely thews.

Then he dumps them before the next story. Noteable this time is that Conan actually achieves his goal and becomes a king.

It is just his kind of kingdom, full of murder and mayhem and violence and Conan is living the happiest days of his life.

Even then he can't be satisfied. In a revealing dialogue, Conan, when he has all the wine, women, and gold he could ever ask for, seeks to attack the Western tribes.

Asked what he would do after conquering them Conan states he would conquer the Eastern tribes. Then the South, and finally the North. Then he might consider retirement.

There are demons and magicians and unclimbable mountains and endless deserts, large scale battles and individual combat, mythical cities and an ocean cruise to an unknown isle.

All along Conan is at his best and, except the part where he is nearly flayed to death, exceptionally cheery throughout. He only worries about the next source of plunder and adventure, not letting the little troubles of life get in his way.

Now he's dead and we're alive. Let's move. There have been many a decade, many a Conan comic at a number of publishers, many an issue of the Savage Sword of Conan magazine and now comic , and many other Conan-related movies, games and media come out and eagerly devoured since I first read this collection of Conan stories waay back when.

It's good to return to the source, and Howard's original stories are just as gore-drenched, frenetic, and erotically charged as I remember them.

The Frazetta covers are just as compelling. The four storie There have been many a decade, many a Conan comic at a number of publishers, many an issue of the Savage Sword of Conan magazine and now comic , and many other Conan-related movies, games and media come out and eagerly devoured since I first read this collection of Conan stories waay back when.

The four stories in this collection relate Conan at the height of his physical power, and they are classics.

As pointed out many a time, but for the fantasy setting and the famous protagonist, they would very well have been Lovecraftian stories, with their references to cosmic horror, and an indifference to human endeavour, mad cults and frothing madness.

The one thing I did pick up on that irked me this time around is Conan being described as 'the Barachan' in 'Pool of the Black One', in reference to his pirating days, and 'Conan of Ghor' by Yasmina in 'The People of the Black Circle'.

He is elsewhere described as coming from Cimmeria but not actually referred to as 'Conan the Cimmerian' at least in this first book. I'll keep an eye out.

A quick google doesn't seem to shed any light on where Ghor is, or whether it is a village, city or country. I am tempted just to burn through the rest of the Howard Conan stories one after the other, but am also of a mind to read an unread book in between each re-visit to the modern myth that is Conan.

Time will tell how long this re-visit will last, but I have thoroughly enjoyed my re-immersion into that wild time dreamed of between the sinking of Atlantis and the beginnings of recorded history.

Sep 19, D. This is one of the better collection of Conan stories. The best one is the last story, "The Pool of the Black One.

These stories are very sexist, so if you bristle at that sort of thing, stay away, but if you can get past that, it's really great stuff, very much like Lovecraft.

Of course, it was written in the early 's, so that explains the sexism. These stores are also very violent, fantastic, and horrifying. What makes the This is one of the better collection of Conan stories.

What makes the stories great is that they could be put into any setting--it doesn't have to be fantasy though it does have to be supernatural.

These stories could have been set in a Lovecraft world just as easily. I had mixed feeling about this book. There are some interesting ideas.

In particular, notes of H. P Lovecraft can be felt in the otherworldliness of some of the monstrosities that Conan battles.

However, there are some tedious themes particularly around the endless precession of wobbly, wailing women who inevitably find Conan sexually irresistible that perhaps show the age of the tales.

I also found it hard to symapthise with the protagonist, who is basically a greedy, bloodthirsty thief and mu I had mixed feeling about this book.

I also found it hard to symapthise with the protagonist, who is basically a greedy, bloodthirsty thief and murderer.

This is one of the better collections. Only the third story is a reconstruction from one of Howard's outlines, the rest are undiluted and glorious.

I'd say I don't know who looks at a Howard story and thinks "Ah, this needs more complex racial hierarchy nonsense! Sprague De Camp, apparently!

The important thing is now I'm all caught up for the next episode of This is one of the better collections. The important thing is now I'm all caught up for the next episode of The Appendix N podcast, which I heartily recommend.

After my last re-read of R. Yet, here I find myself again. For all R. Yet, herein is a strange conundrum.

Strange and complicated, that. For what it is, which is that genre of violent, mysoginistic adventures that read like a fever dream of creativity, there is probably none better.

A good collection of the adventures of Conan. It's a great tragedy when great writers die young. Inevitably, they leave behind reams of notes.

However, that doesn't necessarily imply that the stuff in those notes is something that was ever intended to be published in its existing form.

This book features several stories, all written by De Camp on the basis of Howard's notes, all pretty similar to each other.

I also can't help thinking that the last two at the least were originally different drafts of the same tale.

So, Conan. Blue eyes, black hair, white skin specifically mentioned each time, in case an inattentive reader think him a moor , goes somewhere, beats up a lot of black people although sometimes others too , rescues a shapely girl who is utterly incapable of doing anything on her own, and about whom we never hear anything ever again.

If you read the original Howardian Conan sagas, he actually had quite a few strong female characters - Belit for instance is mentioned multiple times in this book, but only in the inter-story notes Repetitive phrasing, the same similes and metaphors occurring over and over, somewhat exciting action that is not particularly internally consistent or otherwise sensible Conan, one step ahead of an army of black folks, jumps up a ledge!

Onto a group of armed and clearly very capable killers. And nothing much happens to him, he just kills a dozen or two and moves on.

Also, considering the quantity and quality of his adventures, one has to wonder why the entire continent isn't yet overrun with hordes of very brawny blue-eyed kids.

Like many this was my first taste of Conan and RE Howard, way back in I didn't totally get it then. My only taste of heroic fantasy was David Gemmel.

I found Conan too gritty, too dark. I could not as a teenager get to grips with a hero who could cold-bloodily kill a man who'd rescued him in order to steal his ship, his woman and his crew - this was no clean cut Like many this was my first taste of Conan and RE Howard, way back in I could not as a teenager get to grips with a hero who could cold-bloodily kill a man who'd rescued him in order to steal his ship, his woman and his crew - this was no clean cut hero, no paladin.

But that I later realised is the point. He's a barbarian! Nearly thirty years later these are the stories I come back to again and again.

The shades of grey, the 'weird' 'pulpy' language and the world so close to ours yet not is a place I love to frequent.

The other three stories are all excellent, Drums of Tombalku is interesting in that it's written pretty much from another character's perspective, with Conan Stepping in.

Ich kann die 2. These adventures are thrilling, and stand alone without the predictable 'origin' or narrative alterations that taint the cinematic treatments of the Conan character. Even then he can't be satisfied. These stores are also very violent, fantastic, and horrifying. Merci de votre commentaire. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? There Wwm Online old gods here with madness inducing and unexplained powers that would drive Lovecrafts protagonists mad. It's funny reading People of the Black Circle after all the various and sundry continue reading adaptations of things I didn't Conan get it. What makes the stories great is that they could be put into any setting--it doesn't have to be fantasy though it does have to be supernatural. Conan, Der Abenteurer

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